He had a good run with a company, it’s a shame that he said no to Superman in the new Black Adam movie, the Rock really wanted him in it.
Whike I disagree how his PR team handled the Justice League Synder cut, the fact that when he led the company, Synder cut was released, a R rated Joker film that won two Oscars was made, and DC Fandome being the most amazing thing ever. He also pushed for a “multiverse” of dceu continuity which was probably the best for the creative direction of the DCEU following the failure of Wendon’s Justice League.
He was a admirable CEO even if I don’t agree with his future plans for the DCEU.
There is a wise double-0 out there who hips me to focusing on the possible moves ahead of these type of chess moves.